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The Stock Market Conyers Ga – 3 Reason Not to Buy a House in 2021 (2021 Housing Bubble)

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(2021 Housing Bubble)

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  1. George Harold
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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  2. Anh Dung
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    creative ideas, capitalization of opportunities and securing a great future should be in the mind of every individual
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    you can be able to pay for your nice house and other expenses now but can you also do that when you retire?

  3. Rene Rodriguez
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Buying house the fake american dream … It's another trap especially after this pandemic! Don't do it inflation's is around the corner the next 2008 crash is coming

  4. Jared Green
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Lol all markets are looking sketchy

  5. anthony dyson
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    DONT DO IT, IT’S A TRAP.

    Ppl who buy homes are basically brainwashed to a certain extent. Everything in this society is built on keeping ppl in debt. In America we’re trained to be in love and married to our miseries by corporations who control by glamorizing debt, hidden in outdated traditions. Most of the divorces in this country can be attributed to financial hardships which homes have a big hand in, ongoing unexpected repairs from the roof to the basement every day and that’s not including the costs of insurance and time for daily maintenance or utilities figured in. They usually try to justify homes by telling the usual lie “ renting is a waste” or throwing an economics comparison argument at the discussion to envelop you into a guilt trip. People don’t understand that we live in a blueprinted matrix designed by three slave masters, bankers, politicians and wealthy industrialists (corporation owners) and their sole job is to keep you as a rat dependent upon the system, they are co dependent, meaning they NEED YOU TO NEED THEM. That house is the strongest leg holding the economy up because it financially pulls so much time and money from your life, and thus you are guided there on purpose, marriage (pushed hard in this society) brings children, children brings need for more space thus needing the home. It employs carpenters, electricians, painters, plumbers, heating and cooling experts, landscapers and many more and YOU have to pay for it all. Do you see WHY THEY WANT YOU THERE INSTEAD OF AN APARTMENT? It’s not about family, it’s about MONEY, it’s fine it YOU want that life, but don’t make the rest of society feel like we’re not human because we value the concept of “ Less is More”. Everything is designed to keep you wanting more and more and more, television is the biggest manipulator in existence because it’s their prime tool they use to brainwash the masses and confiscate your freedoms. We’ve been tricked into believing that more space and more in general brings happiness, it doesn’t. Don’t buy a house it’s a setup. Overconsumption is the religion that’s pushed in this society as the driving force behind capitalism.

  6. Michelle Diederich
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Nope. If they know they are gonna foreclose. They will stay rent free up to a year or more!! All the while trashing and gutting it including most likely down to the copper pipes !!! The bank still won’t let you get it cheaper cause now to try n sell it they have pumped bucks into it !! In addition if bubble pops then those high property taxes have to go which will offset some of the price you just paid. Most decent people want to live in a home!! They are not out flipping and deceiving!!! In addition if bubble pops. You can likely refinance then at a better rate too. !!

  7. Amy Chu
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    You are a gem

  8. Keith morgan
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    No chance of homes going down anytime soon. That is everywhere that US $ is taken. The upward prices are not going to stop for a lot of years to come. They really have no choice now , except to go up. Spring 2022 will have a massive uptake of prices. I hear many say a correction is coming. Wrong idea, they're looking at housing rather then everything. This is a massive adjustment of our (America's ) entire pricing system for everything. . It's called at make up period. This is inflation . Really every time housing pushes upward in such a formation it's been from inflation.

    Crystal ball not needed to know what is coming. That's because Part A already took place. Part B that follows isn't hard to say it's going to happen. Granted something might derail it. Like a real pandemic the kills off half the people. So housing needs are less by half. Though It's not likely.

    Frist thing , calling housing market a bubble. A bubble is fueled by demand only. So people buy because it's going up and it's only going up because people are buying. That is not what this is. This time massive inflation is the cause. And it's still ongoing. We have a lot left to go.

    People keep talking about supply and demand. Many do say that. But what is supply and demand?? It's really 3 components . #1 Supply , #2 demand and #3 the movement up or down of the amount of money. Change any 1 of the 3 and the other 2 are changed as well. This time because of massive money supply that started going up in 2008 it changes all prices to up. So, #3 first as it is most times. Prices higher and demand soon followed. Next of course is supply that can't keep up. Last time market was high banking regulations were changed and added a lot of people in the market that could not afford to buy. # 2 was the cause of the last go round being so high. But before that happen, the money supply was increased to cause the first surge of up. It just had 2 pushes upward.

    We're really in inflation this time . In fact, we have been as of 2008. Inflation really is when government increases money supply. So, part A. The effect is prices move up to match , part B you're watching now. Our country took the whole time that we existed to get to 8 trillion $ money supply in 2008. Then to now between what is passed by congress to spend and what is spent. We're at 42 Trillion $. Only about 15% of that new money has worked its way through the economy so far. There's another 3.5 trillion in congress now going to come to a vote. More will follow , it's what democrat's do. Tax and spend.

    No chance building more homes can keep up with increasing money supply. Congress is spending like crazy and that produces inflation. People will build because they're worth more than cost. Clearly making more money is faster than making more homes.

    The housing market will not drop down for a lot of years to come. 15 years more of up at least. It's already been more than a decade so far with just a small % of what we're dealing with. The fed will slow down the inflation ( as they have to at some point). That's done by increasing interest rates and increasing amount banks have to hold in reserve. It forces people out of the market and that reduces demand. Meaning if you barely qualify now, you won't later. They're holding off on slowing it right now, as they said. Slower inflation yes but can't stop it. But that means longer. No chance prices will go down. In fact, a makeup period is coming of very fast increasing prices. Looking like spring of 2022 we'll see soaring prices, making the housing market so far look like a cake walk. Money supply and prices always meet. And fed hasn't done any slowing yet. And money supply is now higher than ever. 2008 our money supply was 8 trillion $. Now with just what is spent (we have not worked through all of just that amount yet either), It's going to jump up in prices, with fed not increasing interest rates.

    So, inflation that has been underway for a decade already will step it up massively very soon. 1st Many don't know we're in inflation . 2nd But they do see housing market going up, stock market reaching record highs and cost of all things moving up. Those 2 things,, are the same thing. They are directly because of congress spending a lot of money. Expect one hell of a lot higher of all things. If people can buy a home. Now is the time. I say it's going to jump up because prices and money supply always meet. The massive money supply is already here and more to spend by congress is also a done deal. That always has the effect of higher prices. And we're at unprecedented levels of high for the US. Everywhere and every time it happens throughout the world it happens the massive prices follow. And there are no exceptions , not anywhere . Not even one. America can not rewrite the laws of physics , so it will not be one now either. We have 450% increases to go. I say now's the time to buy a house if you can , because NOW is the time. Prices won't be back.

    Wages are always last to go up. It's where the real wealth is stolen from the working class. that lagging affect is longer with amounts higher. A hedge against inflation is owning a house for most people . So we have to compete with each other. Worse than that, when wages finally go up people will be put into higher tax brackets.

    I only say these things because they're true. I don't want people thinking they are better to wait to buy a home if they can do it now. I hate to see the hurt on people that's coming . It can be avoided by some. ((((IT'S VERY BAD ADVICE TO WAIT ))))) Waiting will see only that you should not have waited. Study up on how inflation works. Learning economics and how the money supply effects everyone on earth will show you the right path. It's very easy to look at the problem and say " just low supply of homes". That is just the wrong thing to look at .

  9. span luver
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    So basically rent should go down as there will be an influx of renters.

  10. Yoko Lo
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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  13. 小明陳
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I will always support you

  14. Lando r
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I am buying one merely because my family and I need the space. Our jobs are pretty secure, we been okay since the pandemic and as for value going up and down I’m okay with it

  15. 葉彤
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I am your fan, I will always support you、、、

  16. Living in Boise Idaho
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I think about the people who sat on the fence in 2011/2012 who said they are waiting for the pricing to fall back down and that it won't sustain. A lot of those people have purchased already and are now reaping the benefits of having a 3% interest rate or have already cashed in on their equity and made a move to a new market. I don't see it, but I do see prices cooling a bit as we go through this year.

  17. Faye In Wonderland
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I've been looking at homes for sale in the Tampa area, can't find anything decent at a good price, everything is super ovrepriced. Cost of living is going up. I'm tryuing to leave LA but I'm afraid it's not gonna be better there.

  18. Chad Call
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Look at all these bots lol

  19. Rose LaMarsh
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    My son wants to buy a humble home but he can’t compete with the bidding wars and way over priced houses. Real estate agents should not be allowed to buy and flip. Plandemic has destroyed the economy.

  20. David Walker
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    DON'T a BUY HOME 2021/22 wait its worsening WHY?
    😯plywood is up by $59 due to covid-19 environment
    😯buy to flip them for profits has worsened by covid-19
    😯increased Foreclosure & eviction due to no jobs
    😂FREE HOMES when dollar retires 2022👍am ahead of the curve

  21. In Your Empty Skull
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Remember my good friends.

    The number one cause of personal bankruptcy in the United States is the 15 and 30 year mortgage.

  22. In Your Empty Skull
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Salt Lake City, UT Housing Prices Crater 16% On Surging Inventory And Soaring Mortgage Defaults

  23. Stuart Pooley
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Making money is easier through investment, don't save your money buy assets and invest

  24. Amanpreet Singh
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    tax evasion surrounding real estate is a big issue. In GTA rent from illegal basements is gross and all in cash. One bed room illegal basement gives landlord 1300 dollars tax free and no one cares. It is not simply demand supply. It is policy paralysis, greedy flippers and unregulated unsafe cash cow basements. Realtors want their hefty commission so they do not care about average canadian. Black money from India pakistan mostly corruption money is eating up a good life for average canadian. As a country we need to constitute an inquiry commission to prevent going canadians homeless. Do u think that policeman, psw or grocery workers afford a place? It is big scam where ppl r getting laid off and house prices are rising

  25. eRap46
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    101 people got screwed LOL

  26. freestyle yaaj
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    We needed a housing correction to happen. This is becoming ridiculous housing on the rise and if your working for a wage forget it. You the buyer cannot afforded to buy.

  27. John Stibal
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Real Estate is getting out of control where I live. I'm seeing properties go for two to four times what they were selling for just a couple years ago. However, wages aren't going up by the same multiples. Fuel prices will continue rise as well as overall living costs. I think that the main issue is real estate is a super thin market right now and interest rates on mortgages aren't going up fast enough to reduce the demand in thinned out market.

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    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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  29. creston hardcastle
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I don't know if it's true I've heard that govt is wanting to end home ownership and have govt run where you rent no more ownership. That's what the blaze reporter but it was not Glenn beck.

  30. creston hardcastle
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    No way to big cities like chicago detroit etc no thanks. I will take a small city or a suburb over a big metropolis like nyc anyday.

  31. creston hardcastle
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I feel sorry for real estate agents at this time.

  32. In Your Empty Skull
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Now that housing prices are cratering, do you notice the panic-like denials by realtors, brokers and other unsavory individuals?

  33. Michelle Kimberly
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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  34. eek man
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Seems like the YouTube realtors have been calling a bubble for years. Housing is like the stock market since 2008 recovery, it is just beginning. The doomsayers are trying to will a drop, but with 3% interest, and no inventory, and with soooo many people rich by stock market appreciation, you might be waiting for a long time to get in. And when it does correct, it will correct from $1,200,0000 to $1,000,000, still out of reach.

  35. Rick Perrette
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Beware of this bubble..i am selling now..putting my money elsewhere..once the Fed starts raising rates to slow inflation first thing that crashes is real estate..that 500,000 home you bought today will be worth $150,000 in 2023

  36. Chibimonster_TV
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Lol house are gonna crash hard you don’t wanna buy a house 16%+ regular asking price then have it crash on you and overpaying on it

  37. Bill F
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I don't find this persuasive.

  38. K Delete
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I think there should be a 5 day window for non-investors to buy a house. After 5 days it should be open to everyone.

  39. blackl1steddrums
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Sooo.. buy?

  40. Heather Stickland
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I don't like the common materials that are used mostly because of where I live water damage and termite damage are the most prevalent issues I've honestly been looking into using plastic lumber and polyboard that they use for decking as an alternative the materials themselves are cheaper it's the issue with processing and production because it's not in demand like traditional stick buildings and I am convinced the housing market doesn't want that because my idea is something that is temporary to where it can be assembled and disassembled but permanent in its strength and quality but guess what's going to diminish the price but honestly if it's able to be disassembled easily as it is to assemble then the land itself would be the most valued as long as it's managed because you got to think that the houses we have now are permanent structures and it's very expensive to try to get rid of them if you want a different house they always say location location location but it really is less than 1/3 of the buying experience something that makes it desirable for an individual depending on their needs and what diminishes that value very quickly a house that does not fit their needs

  41. Maurice Green
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    I THINK I WOULD CALL IT FRAUD ARTIFICIAL PRICE RISING WOULD'T YOU ???? . PERIOD.

  42. San Bruno
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

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  43. John Ng
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    We got this message every year. But house price still keep going up. Even in the lowest economy situation (late 2019), the house price still grow. The people believe this will never own house. And then they will find out they miss the entry point the own the house but receiving renting increase notice instead

  44. Stone Cold
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Everyone is fleeing California and coming to the United States which is causing our population to increase at an exponential rate so the demand is so much higher than the supply right now.

  45. azcepnurse
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Boy am i glad i didn’t buy Last month
    I will reassess in 22 or 23

  46. Tom J. Krieger Team
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    The government knows how harmful a housing crash is. They can't afford, nor can the citizens afford a housing crash. There also seems to be some misinformation around the "crash" indicators. There is no artificial rise in prices, it's all backed by buyer demand. The pandemic caused a lot of people to not even entertain putting their house on the market, so inventory is at an all time low and combined with ultra low interest rates, this caused an influx of buyers, driving the demand further. This is basic economics. keep up to date on figures and not fear based posts used as click bate.

  47. UUpro Com - Investor Shop
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Thank you for the video!

  48. Angel Garibay
    July 31, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Good thing I’m 16 I got enough time to wait